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reiner joins us at the top of the show. >>> we now know that joe biden felt he had to apologize to president obama for getting out ahead of the president with the gay comments last sunday and people were angry that vice president biden stole the thunder, but why public with the anger? is why splash it across? who wins there? that is what i want to know. >>> and also, how seriously take seriously the report of mitt romney's open antipathy of a high school classmate, and should we not care about it because mitt romney said he had forgotten about it. >>> and now there is a new video in which walker says he plans to use a divide and conquer strategy to defeat the unions and turn wisconsin into a right to work state. his opponent tom barrett of milwaukee will join us tonight. >>> and what mitt romney may need to do about himself and prove himself with gay people. we begin with president obama's big haul last nightment rob reiner is actor and director and activist. his new film is "magic of belle isle" starring morgan freeman, and also joining us a msnbc political analyst. rob, thank
joins us at the top of the show. >>> we now know that joe biden felt he needed to apologize to president obama for getting out in front with his gay marriage comments last sunday. short people inside the white house were angry that biden stole the president's thunder. why are they going public with their anger? that's my question. why splash it across all the major newspapers today? who wins there? that's what i want to know. >>> also, how seriously should we take the report of mitt romney's high school open antipathy, action against a presumed gay classmate? should something that happened in high school be forgiven because romney says he's forgotten it? >>> and suspicions confirmed department, wisconsin's governor scott walker has always insisted he's not anti-union but now a new videotape has emerged in which walker tells a wealthy supporter, he plans to use a divide and conquer strategy to defeat unions and turn wisconsin into a right to work state. in the recall election, the mayor, tom barrett of milwaukee joins us tonight. >>> we begin with president obama's big hollywood haul last
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't figured out how to talk about mitt romney's days of bain capital, but joe biden has. >> there's no leveling an attack dog. >> vice president biden is going to be chief attack dog. >> i resent the fact they think we're talking about envy. my mother and father dreamed as much as any rich guy dreamed. >> fdr message rings well and people likes it. >> who is going to do what it takes to put out the fire. >> see a fire in the distance. a prairie fire of debt. >> harsh now political rhetoric over the economy. >> prairie fire of debt. >> focusing on deficits and debt on the campaign trail. >> the fire in the distance. >> when he was governor he raised the debt by 15%. >> he makes the debt worse. >> which just adds to this the debt. >> every piece of this narrative is askew. >> the debt ceiling ended like a typical tarantino flick. casualties and blood were everywhere. >> everyone was hurt last summer. >> where is the president's plan. >> john boehner is bringing back the debt ceiling debate. he would once again hold the u.s. credit rating hostage. >> call it kill bill and everyone el
biden felt he needed to apologize to president obama for getting out in front with his gay marriage comments last sunday. they were angry that biden stole the president's thunder, but why are they going public. why splash it across the newspapers, who wins there? and how seriously should we take the report of mitt romney's high school open action against a presumed gay classmate. should something that happened in high school be foriven because romney says he's forgotten it, or does it tell us something about a man we know little about. and suspicions confirmed, scott walker always said he is not anti-union, but now a new video tape emerged where he told a wealthy supporter that he will use a divide and conquer strategy to defeat unions. and i'll finish with what mitt romney may need to do to prove about himself and gay people. we begin with president obama's hollywood haul last night. the newest film was the magic of bell isle starring morgan freeman, and john heilmann. thank you nor coming out tonight, you were is there, of course, you're a regular very supportive democratic. what
there silent? i mean that's the example you use. >> biden, the speaker of the house -- biden, the speaker of the house and other democratic leaders are on record having used very, very harsh language with respect to american citizens and their involvement in the political discourse. now it didn't happen in front of the president, but the president was eerily silent about it as well until such time as the pressure built up around and then -- >> that's someone disagreeing -- >> i get the point you want to jump on romney and make him seem like he's a leader. he didn't have to respond to that because it was a ludicrous statement. >> he could have said it was ludicrous. >> let me ask michael a question. >> excuse me a minute. vice president biden, a leading democrats want to say how they disagree with the tea party and think some of what they are saying it wrong, that's one thing. to say the president -- >> oh, that's one thing? okay. so that -- >> that's not a characterization. that's a very serious statement that you are talking to a man who wants to be president. >> we disagree. i get the p
. vice president will switch out vice president biden for secretary of state hillary clinton. some are saying it is the only way he can win the election. we will debate. let us turn to the risky business on capitol hill. today's senate banking committee hearing was the first of a series that probed jpmorgan's big bet blunder, regulations and risky bank bottles. was there any big catches coming out of this or was it congressional fishing at this point? >> a lot of congressional fishing, a lot of tough questions from these regulators. it won't surprised you to know that they suggested to the lawmakers they need bigger budgets for their agency, mary shapiro saying her agency is outgunned by the computer power up on wall street. but after the hearing hi a chance to catch up with mary shapiro and i asked her if individual investors should be confident in the markets given everything that we've seen from mf global to jpmorgan to facebook. and here's how he answered that question. take a listen. >> i think there's a lot of reason to have confidence in our markets and the integrity in how
today is insisting vice president joe biden's comments are not a departure from what the president has said in the past. but what the president said in the past sounds different than what biden is saying now. we're keeping them honest next. ♪ [ piano chords ] [ man announcing ] what we created here. what we achieved here. what we learned here. and what we pioneered here. all goes here. the one. the accord. smarter thinking from honda. the key is to have a good strategy. the same goes for my retirement. with the plan my financial advisor and i put together, a quick check and i know my retirement is on course. [ male announcer ] with wells fargo advisor's envision plan, you always know where you stand. in fact, 93 percent of envision plan holders say they will retire on their own terms. get started on the plan you need today -- wells fargo advisors. together we'll go far. >>> keeping them honest tonight. joe biden's comments about gay marriage this weekend aren't different than the president's stance on the issue. he said more and more americans understand gay marriage comes down to th
economy works. he has never had a job in free economy. neither has biden. >> arepudiate attack on romney. and after bain capital got involved, the super support dash >> he wasn't there. it was going bankruptcy before bain brought it. brought it back and created job. the ad is misleading because it omitted the fact. apart from the person at bain is currently an obama bundler. >> the general election tv ad is providing stark distillation of the competing messages. obama first two negative tv comerrables were negative attacks on romney business career. so far, romney's ad is talking about his plans for the future. for now he is the positive one. for now. >> bret: bain capital has come under intense scrutiny. in the meantime, it appears we're all getting a crash course in private equity. shannon bream separates facts from fiction. >> reporter: private equity firms. what exactly do they do? >> when i started we had close to 1400 employees now we're every 6,000. >> reporter: based on the volume of campaign ads, romney's time at bain capital it depends who you ask. obama administration and supp
of the politics of race. fired up and ready, joe biden in ohio for a second straight day. >> we're not anti-capitalist, for god sake it's the system that built the country. we hope investors do well. but you can't build an economy, economy of the future where the only people who do well are the investors and everybody else pays the price. >> plus, shut out. eleanor holmes norton speaks about being blocked from the house hearing on restricting abortions in her own district. and death of a disco queen. five-time grammy winner donna summer dies after a long battle with cancer. ♪ i love music >> good day. i'm andrea mitchell live in washington. in a political bombshell "the new york times" broke the news that a republican super pac was considering a $10 million willy horton style ad campaign linking president obama to jafr maya wright. the proposal called the defeat of barack hussein obama, the plan to end his spending for good. but moments ago the super pac released a statement on behalf of the funder joe rikts, rejecting the approach and saying it's all a big mistake. the proposal was just,
? >> joe biden strikes again, giving his off the wall take on the iran's nuclear threat. is it time for the media to i go dor the vice-president. and does dancing on stage bake you a bad journalist? on the panel this week, writer and fox news contributor, judy miller, syndicated columnist, john thomas and jim pinkerton, the magazine and daily beast columnist, kirsten powers. i'm jon scott. fox news watch is on now. >> at a certain point i've just concluded that for me personally it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that i think same sex couples should be able to get married. >> jon: after a bit of hemming and hawing there, president obama making it crystal clear where he personally stands on gay marriage. here is a quick look how the media reacted. >> president obama today became the first american president to say he approves of same sex marriage. >> president obama's stand on same sex marriage completed its evolution today, changing from opposition to support. >> announcing something no u.s. president has ever said, that he supports same sex marriage. >> the president did
of stiff ace cross america. this weekend frp wichita, kansas, on c-span2 and c-span3. >>> joe biden spoking to survivors of fallen military members the friday memorial day and recounted the death of his wife daughter in the early '70s and how he could understand how someone could think about committing suicide. joining the vice president at this 45-minute event. it was hosted by the organization tragedy assistance program for survivors, also known at s t.a.p.s. >> -- by the doubling of our joy -- >> i'm glad this is happening with me now. i bet we have some technical folks that can fix that. all right. how's that? not yet? i'm glad this is happening with me now. a philosopher once wrote that friendship abaits mtes mis -- i wanted to share a favorite quote. a philosopher once wrote that friendship improves happiness and abates misery by the doubling of our joy and the dividing of our grief. you are loved. america remembers, and through t.a.p.s., we are now here for each other. the president and founder of t.a.p.s. and this is our family. a family we never warranted to be a part of, but i can
>>> vice president joe biden surprises many by backing gay marriage. what does it mean for the battle over gay marriage and the president's position? >>> plus one east bay city wants the force to be with them. we'll show you how far that city might be willing to go to lure george lucas into town. >>> a silicon valley tech titan and its private perks with nasa? the investigative unit raises troubling questions. the news starts right now. >>> we begin with gay marriage making national headlines again. vice president joe biden surprised some political analysts when he announced today he supports gay marriage. now the question tonight is, does that mean the president might change his stance on gay marriage as well? nbc bay area's kimberly terry joins us with more on what biden said and reaction as well. >> reporter: the vice president spoke on "meet the press" and he is known for veering off-jypt but many political experts say today's announcement was no mistake. here's exactly what the vice president said today about gay marriage. >> i am absolutely comfortable with the fa
up, the white house today is insisting vice president joe biden's comments about same-sex marriage are not a departure from what president obama has said in the past. but what the president said in the past sounds different than what biden is saying now. we're keeping them honest next. at aviva, we do things differently. we're bringing humanity back to life insurance. that's why only aviva rewards you with savings for getting a check-up. it's our wellness for life program, with online access to mayo clinic. see the difference at avivausa.com. >>> keeping them honest tonight. the en sis tense from the white house that vice president joe biden's comments about gay marriage aren't that different than the stance of president obama. he said more and more americans understand gay marriage comes down to this. who do you love and will you be loyal to the person you love. sounds like the strongest endorsement for gay marriage yet so far. when asked flat out if that means he's now comfortable with same-sex marriage, here's how biden answered. >> i am vice president of the united states of am
it on the human story. joe biden is talking in youngstown, ohio. that place has been absolutely devastated by the model of post industrial capitalism brought to america by companies like bain capital. that's literally what happened. private equity firms went out and facilitated the outsourcing and streamlining of the industrial base of the country and left a lot of the country looking like youngstown. >> alex, joe biden is trying to reduce all the talk of romney the rich guy. romney the job killer to one basic generic point. let's listen to this. >> he's a patriot. he's a generous man. he gives to his church. he has a beautiful family. but he doesn't get it. he doesn't get what's at the core of all this. it's about people's dignity. >> he doesn't get it. that would be the bumper sticker, the anti-romney bumper sticker. >> and there's no better emissary for that message than joe biden. that was snap dragon and peonies. they've been skeptical of joe biden. that was an incredible speech that he gave today. and it wasn't just the part about mitt romney, but it was also someone who understands
a kid around biden? i would assume that there's a lot of like joe, language. or, like he's like the uncle that comes over like oh, you brought them guns. like -- all right. >> no. he's a great vice president and a great friend. >> that's nice. >> my kids hang around him. >> that was the first lady talking about vice president biden earlier this week. a new article in "time" magazine makes the case that biden is not just a great veep and friend to the obama family but the president's secret campaign weapon. neither romney nor obama has this pastoral gene. biden can make both men look like retail amateurs. the rich and the rest. tip o'neill had a saying all politics is local. biden prefers the municipal analllpersonal. michael shearer is a white house correspondent and our own ambassador to "time" magazine. always great to see you. >> good to see you again. >> a great story, and some incredible turns of phrases, my friend. you know how to put a sentence together. the thing about joe biden, i can talk about the man at length, is what i don't understand in terms of demographics and
the demands, i die. the new video straight ahead. >>> plus off script and outspoken. joe biden reportedly sending the white house scrambling after his comments on same-sex marriage. this morning, the meeting as team obama tries to get on message. >>> death at the derby. a track worker found dead in a barn at the world famous track. new clues and new questions as we are expecting to hear from police this morning. >>> and middle class talkback. today we kick off a series built around you. your concerns. your issues. your questions to the candidates. today, we connect you to them and get answers. newsroom starts right now. >>> this morning, we begin with a man's desperate plea for president obama to save his life on a videotaped just replease by al qaeda we hear from 70-year-old warren weinstein, the american who was snatched from his home in pakistan back in august. he begs president obama, make a deal with the terrorists or they will kill me. cnn's reza sayah is in pakistan. what is the latest? >> reporter: eight months we weren't sure about warren weinstein's condition but when you look a
>>> good morning, i'm willie geist, this is the show that reminds you joe biden's name check of "will and grace" on "meet the press," set all this in motion. i'm glad you're up with us this morning, watching on msnbc or listening live on sirius radio. shoot me an email or tweet me, @williegeist 1. or do what will and grace do text by the word "awake" followed by your response to 622639. we read the best responses later. the next 30 minutes will be your cram session for this thursday, may 10th. a lot to tell you about. including a breakdown of where the country actually stands on question of gay marriage. we'll see what this can tell us about how the president's announcement will play. the texas prison inmate who got himself on the ballot in west virginia's presidential primary. and with the help of his raccoon tail swiped 41% of the vote. we'll get up close and personal with mr. keith judd later. >>> first the news live at 5:30. after years of evolving on the issue, and frustrating his progressive supporters, president obama made history yesterday. becoming the first sitting
live at 5:30 a.m. here at 30 rock in new york city. >>> vice president joe biden is heading to martins ferry, ohio, this morning, finishing off his two-day swing through that battleground state. in a fiery speech at a youngstown manufacturing plant yesterday, the vice president addressed the challenges facing the middle class, something he suggested mitt romney knows very little about. >> i resent when they talk about families like mine that i grew up in, i resent the fact that they think we're talking about we're envy, it's job envy, it's wealth envy, and we don't dream. my mother believed and my father believed that if i wanted to be president of the united states, i could be, i could be vice president. my mother and father believed that if my brother or sister wanted to be a millionaire, they could be a millionaire! my mother and father dreamed as much as any rich guy dreams! >> absolutely! >> they don't get us! they don't get who we are! >> the vice president was introduced by a former paper plant employee who lost his job after a company owned by bain capital took over. romney's t
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. it will be interesting to watch. >>> this morning vice president biden will wrap up a two-day swing at eastern ohio at a family chevy dealership where we'll talk about the auto bailout. in ohio biden is looking like the guy who first ran for president 25 years ago. he was all fire and brim stone yesterday. he channelled that populism at a stop in youngstown where the unemployment rate is more than two points higher than the national average. >> i resent when they talk about families like mine that i grew up in. i resent the fact that they think we're talking about we're envy, it's job envy, it's wealth envy. that we don't dream. my mother believed and my father believed that if i wanted to be president of the united states, i could be. i could be vice president. my mother and father dreamed as much as any rich guy dreams. >> biden laid into romney's record at bain capital asking if it's the right experience for the oval office. >> romney made sure the guys on top got to play by a separate set of rules. he ran up massive debts in the middle class laws. folks, he thinks that experience is going to he
. that started to happen to me about 15, 20 years ago. mike, joe biden, what do you think about this? >> i would say the populist stuff doesn't work, but it works with biden because biden, he feels it. working class guy. he feels it. by the way, you look at all of these millionaires that run our country and then you look at his taxes every year, he's -- you know, he hasn't cashed in. >> he feels it. he understands it. he lives it. he's vice president of the united states. he has secret service protection, and he's still joe biden from scranton, pennsylvania. we hear ripples there's animosity or anger towards the vice president on -- >> i don't believe so that. >> i can't believe it. >> on the gay stuff. >> not for a second. >> for forcing the president's hand. but he's a valuable asset. >> he's the best thing they have when it comes to politics. i'm sorry. he knows what he's doing. >> he went after them. >> let's show more of that fiery speech at a youngstown manufacturing plant. he took aim at mitt romney for his tenure at the investment firm bain capital. >> this is a choice between two fundam
zone or vortex would have made more sense. anyway, last sunday vice president biden made an appearance on "meet the press" and was asked about gay marriage. >> i am absolutely comfortable with the fact that men marrying men, women marrying women and heterosexual men and women are entitled to the same exact rights, all the civil rights, all the civil liberties. >> jon: a moment of candor straightforward and concise from joe biden tsms nice to see him so honest spshly how mysterious he is about that teardrop tattoo. [ laughter ] i'm just saying you don't snitch in de. that's all i'm saying. no. [ laughter ] so joe biden very straightforward way progay marriage. how did this come about? >> i take a look at when things really began to change when the social culture changes. i think will and grace probably did more to educate the american public than almost anything anyone has ever done so far. ♪ fictitious gays fictitious gays everybody loves fictitious gays ♪ >> jon: here is my impression of ellen degeneres during that comment. i always cut myself -- [ laughter ] ahhh. joe bide money
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